The end of Daylight Saving Time could bring health worries, but then again, so does its start every spring
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Ebola kills 70 percent of those infected in West Africa, but in U.S. hospitals the outcome is very different
CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. LaPook answers 5 of the most frequently asked Ebola questions from social media
Buddy program pairs up patients and survivors: "They know what you're going through because they've already been there"
A new system may help women avoid one of the most dreaded side-effects of chemo
Eboni Williams reports on the day's top health news
Liza Long, an Idaho mother of four, speaks out about parenting a mentally ill son and how our health care system needs to change
Woman at center of right-to-die debate wanted to raise a family with her husband; now she'd just like to beat her cancer, at least until Nov. 1
Dr. Jon LaPook and Dr. Holly Phillips discuss top medical stories on "CBS This Morning: Saturday"
Watch and read: Dr. LaPook's Morning Rounds page has the latest on what you can do to stay healthy
With a little planning and help from a friend you can maintain your healthy summer glow well into the fall season
For athletes with disabilities and their volunteer guides, Sunday's New York City Marathon will be a very special accomplishment
Although only one person has died from Ebola in the U.S., fear of the virus is prompting prejudice against West Africans living here
People from West African countries hard hit by the virus will no longer be granted visas to enter Canada, government says
Treatment facility can hold up to 200 patient; some signs illness may be declining
"I don't know how the Feds are going to handle it," says one hospital official as the costs of dealing with Ebola add up
A report from an internal government watchdog shows that Medicare's rules allow for its prescription program to pay for drugs after a patient dies
Company defends its gear against claims that it doesn't provide as much protection as promised
It may not sound healthy, but this high-fat diet is helping some patients make a remarkable turnaround
Brittany Maynard, who had said she would end her life Nov. 1, feels she has some more of her life to live
Study says BPA, a controversial chemical found in many plastics, has been linked to a range of health concerns
Federal officials say Honeywell went too far in requiring its employees to submit to medical screening or face financial penalties
Does the formula really help protect kids from allergies?
Men who play the field appear to be less likely to develop prostate cancer, study suggests
Maine governor says negotiations with nurse failed, vows to exercise the "full extent" of his authority to protect public
Latest study reveals who's most at risk from the devastating disease; age makes a dramatic difference
One of the fastest-growing liquor brands in America has European health officials making big changes, but Americans won't see the same reaction
Ryan Boyko tested negative for the virus, but Connecticut officials insisted he remain isolated at home, a decision he calls "simply unnecessary"
An attorney for Kaci Hickox says she will not cooperate with the state of Maine further until it lifts "all or most of the restrictions"
A new large-scale study may be a major turning point in understanding how DNA plays a role in autism
Roasted fruit bat and smoked rodents languish at market, to the dismay of bush meat vendors
John explained to CBS News why he feels that certain members of the gay community have become too lax when it comes to AIDS and HIV